loanwolf wrote: Joshua Smith wrote:
loanwolf wrote:My unit has 1000's of hours on it
Greg- you've had that Revo for, what, 2 1/2 years, now? THOUSANDS of hours on it? I thought you said you did like 650 hours on it last year?
first year i turned 1250 hrs in November over 650 of that Mel and I had for time with classes together. 2nd year I had even more bottom time. the last few months is the only time my unit has been dry. Mel is teaching away and I have been busy on a few projects so this year my bottom time sucks so fare. That will change if we get the Sat diving contract to inspect the pipelines in CA. When you do not have to punch a clock and can do several hours a day of bottom time it adds up. Then through in some 4-6 hr long dives and it does not take long to get there.
OK, kind of bored myself, here. Started looking closely at this:
I know Mel and Curt were 2 of the first 4 Revo divers on the West Coast- they wrote about it at the end of February, 2008: LINK
And it looks like you went all the way through Mod3, full trimix, soon afterwards- the end of April, 2008: LINK
So, let's just say you started diving your Revo in March of 08. It's the beginning of June, 2010 right now. That would mean you've been diving it for 27 months.
You told us all that you had 684 hours of bottom time in 2009 in THIS THREAD.
So, assuming you meant you had 2000 hours on your Revo
And, since you already told us you had 684 hours underwater in 2009- that means that you had 1,316 hours over 15 months.
That equals 2.924 hours a day, every day, for 15 months.
All I can say is: Daaaaaaamn. I love diving, but I don't know if I love it that
much. I don't know of anyone
, in the whole entire world, that dives as much- or as deep- as you do. Freaking incredible.